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Re: Secure host newbie
From: Justin_Andrusk () Progressive com
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 13:46:03 -0500





http://tldp.org/

Thanks,

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Justin Andrusk
Information Security
Phone: (440) 395-0630
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Hi there,
  I'm going to put a host on the internet in a day or two, it will be
  closed to public
during the development stage.  We
have a lot of services to setup and I was wondering about security issues
for each of
these services.  We will be
running this on a Redhat 7.3 base system.

The services we will have are HTTP (Apache), private FTP, SSH access, POP
server for our
users, SMTP for users
that would have to use ours, SSL for secure money transactions, might have
news server,
might have a MP3 stream
server and will have home-made servers for home-made clients.

Now, before I ask you guys a whole lot of newbie questions, I would like to
read good
documents on these topics.
Howtos, documentation, tutorials, books, all kinds of references are
appreciated,
especially if I can get them free!
(Since our budget is extremely limited).

Thanks,

Simon


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